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I went to the PanOlympics 2010 and got one last T-Shirt!
I entered the 5th Annual Panhistoria Risen Phoenix Parade!
See more pictures of my home!
This is the kiva at Wupatki:
This is a ball court at Wupatki:
I have been to the Winter Olympics in Vancouver!
Honovi's father was a trader from the Sinagua village of Wupatki. The Sinagua live in the deserts of what will one day be called the Four Corners area of the United States of America. He traveled down to the fabled land of the Chimu and the Incas in search of trade. There he met a beautiful young woman, Cocohuay ("turtledove"). He took an Incan name, Yupanqui, married Cocohuay, and settled in Cuzco for a time. There he had three daughters, Anahuarque, Taruka (a deer-like creature), and Misi ("cat"). Taruka, the middle daughter, married Tacaynamo, a Chimu artisan from Chan Chan. The two traveled north to visit the land of Taruka's father. There, Taruka took the Sinagua name, Honovi ("deer"). Honovi/Taruka and her husband now travel in search of trade. Sometimes they are accompanied by Honovi's family.
Honovi has wandered far in search of trade. She trades fine turquoise and Sinagua pottery for other goods.
Wanderlust Entry in the June 2009 Risen Phoenix Parade
I was in the Panguinness 2008 �Blades of Glory�
See my work there:
Eastern Woodland Food: Meat and Vegetables
Eastern Woodland Food: Wild Foods and Teas
America's First Cuisines: A Book Review
Pre-Columbian World in 1400 and 1500 AD
The image of Honovi comes from the Dover Electronic Clip Art Collection, specifically the Historic Costumes CD-ROM and Book.
Early American Narratives
Star Wars: The Saga
The Lion's Den
Zone : Contemporary
Zone : History
My Reference Books:
Book of Ages
My Favorite Reads:
The Sad Panda For a Nicely Done Post
Dec 01, 2018 06:33 amA Sad, Often Unexplored Side to the War
Nov 19, 2017 06:09 amThe Remembrance Panda goes to Honovi for showing after-effects of Gnadenhutten
Sep 11, 2017 03:39 amObviously well researched!
Oct 09, 2016 03:57 amBest Cross-the-State Trip in the Time it Takes a Have a Coffee Break
Jun 14, 2016 05:20 am